FL-based MagicPay Merchant Services has launched a multiple currency credit card processing service. Prices for MagicPay’s new service begin at less than $20 per month plus discount rates and transaction fees, allowing even businesses that do a small volume of transactions to afford to process credit cards for foreign customers.
NCR Power Picking has hit the market,a new store-based order fulfillment software that expands the omni-commerce portfolio of solutions and enhances the “order online, pick up in store” or “click-and-collect” experience.
Verifone Engage has become the next generation family of payment devices that globally redefines what’s expected of point-of-sale (POS) hardware and software. Verifone Engage is the company’s first-ever, fully-integrated, Linux-based product family, encompassing a complete range of payment solutions for merchants, acquirers, and service providers.
Until now, SEQR customers have been able to use their phones to make payments in stores where SEQR have an integration to the merchants’ cash register. SEQR customers will be able to shop with SEQR in any store that has NFC enabled card terminals, whether or not a merchant has a direct agreement with SEQR.
Chinese tourists are flocking to the Czech Republic and the transaction volume of UnionPay cards in the Czech Republic has achieved a year-on-year growth of over 100% in the first three quarters of this year. Over 90% of duty-free shops at Prague Airport, the biggest international airport in the Czech Republic, accept UnionPay cards.
Capital One (COF) is beta testing a super cool app enabling cardholders to set a personalized spend cap to manage what they borrow on their card. Capital One Inform also tracks and visualizes what the cardholder spent.
American Express (AmEx) third quarter profits slipped year-on-year (YOY) by 10.7% to $794 million. AmEx says revenue and billed business levels were suppressed by a stronger U.S. dollar, plus renewals and changes it made earlier this year to some co-brand relationships also entailed some significant incremental expenses in Q3.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: AFFIRM (3dcart); SUMUP (mPOS); CREDITERA (Nav); and BUZZ POINTS (Kent’s).
Austria-based ams has unveiled a new NFC (Near Field Communications) solution for manufacturers of smart watches, wristbands and other space-constrained devices, enabling them to reliably support contactless payments and ticketing.
SimplyTapp & Diebold are continuing to securely connect the digital and physical worlds of cash with a secure, white-label mobile wallet offering.
Fifth Third Bank is launching a mobile app for commercial cardholders that will allow access to information and account features in a convenient, user-friendly format. In addition, cardholders will be able to suspend and un-suspend card accounts and enable push notifications to their mobile device.
Visa has pulled the curtain up on its Visa Integrated Marketing Solutions (VIMS), a card marketing platform designed to help small to medium-sized issuers optimize their marketing efforts.